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Tom Curry and Daniel Du Preez both went over in the first half at the Salford City Stadium.

Gareth Southgates side exited the tournament after the Tottenham forward blazed over his second spot-kick late on.

The Kerry kingpins played the final 22 minutes with 14 men, but eased past Kilmurry of Cork.

1-9 favourite strolls home on seasonal bow at Cork.

It was a successful day for the team in Italy.

Kerins ORahillys overcame Newcastle West by the minimum in yesterdays provincial decider.

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Naoise OReillys nimbly-taken try on the hour-mark guided Wicklow to glory against Galwegians yesterday.

Meanwhile, Alan Shearer says that Harry Kanes penalty miss will haunt him for the rest of his life.

The Irish racing highlight is on, but Newcastles all-weather card has been cancelled.

The governing body is keen to entice Jones home.

Graham Rowntrees side need a big performance if they are to get a result against the high-flying Top 14 leaders in Limerick today.

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Leinster showed the full array of their qualities in Le Havre yesterday.

Willie Wards Kilkerrin-Clonberne side were crowned back-to-back All-Ireland champions yesterday.

As Champions Cup rugby returns to the channel after a seven-year absence former pundit George Hook relives an era when it was one of the biggest shows in town.

Champions Kilcoo are back in another Ulster final today.

The two-time Irish Olympian secured a swift victory over his 38-year-old opponent.

Defending champions France won 2-1 at the Al Bayt Stadium, with England captain Harry Kane blazing over from the penalty spot.

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Jordan Henderson praised the England star after his costly error.

Facundo Tello, his two assistants and the video assistant were all from Argentina.

England were beaten 2-1 by France, their captains skied spot kick blowing a golden opportunity.

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The Irish side were too good for Newcastle Falcons.

His Wigan side were held by Millwall amid a 1-1 draw at the Den.

Youssef En-Nesyris goal proved the difference between the sides.

Morocco earned a shock 1-0 quarter-final victory over Portugal.

The Galway heavyweights saw off Donaghmoyne to reign supreme once more.

Will Keane and Callum Robinson were among the scorers in Englands second tier.

The Strand Road Club win their first provincial crown the eighth Kerry team to do so thanks to two goals in the space of five minutes.

Grace Shannon struck a brace of goals to propel her side to glory against Mullinahone.

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